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The Resurrection as Somatic Transformation

Now, if there be a somatic resurrection, we can not otherwise conceive of it than as a somatic transformation. There is not a simple return of what was lost in death; the organism returned is returned endowed and equipped with…

Pneumatology and Eschatology in the Light of 1 Corinthians 15:45 and 2 Corinthians 3:6–18

Building upon Geerhardus Vos’s foundational essay “The Eschatological Aspect of the Pauline Conception of the Spirit” Dr. Lane Tipton develops the role of the Spirit with regard to redemptive history, the law and soteriology. Vos remarks that the core of Paul’s eschatology…

Romans 8:29 — The Glorious Family Resemblance

Camden M. Bucey preaches from Romans 8:29 during the Sunday morning worship service over the 2014 Reformed Forum Theology Conference. Download Participants: Camden Bucey We will occasionally post special discussions to this podcast. These are usually recordings or clips that…

Lifted: Experiencing the Resurrection Life

In this episode, we review Sam Allberry’s Lifted: Experiencing the Resurrection Life published by P&R Publishing. Publisher’s Description: For many people the resurrection is a nice thing to believe in; a handy subject to return to at Easter time or when…
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Christ’s Resurrection as Firstfruits

As Christians, we have a distinctly living hope (1 Pet 1:3). We look to the resurrected Christ as our salvation, and his resurrection from the dead is the climactic accomplishment of that redemption. Even so, we look to his return when…

Union with Christ and Glorification

Rev. James Cassidy, Pastor of Calvary OPC, preaches on glorification in this special presentation from Alive with Christ: Saving Union with Christ. This series of addresses comes from the Fall Seminar on Reformed Theology, held on November 12 and 13th 2011 at Calvary…
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